The Global CyberLympics’ 1st High School Competition Kicked Off With a Bang, as 252 High School Students Across the World Participated in the Challenge.

The Global CyberLympics’ 1st High School Competition Kicked Off With a Bang, as 252 High School Students Across the World Participated in the Challenge.
July 30, 2013 Sarang k

Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA – July 30, 2013

The Global CyberLympics’ 1st High School Competition kicked off with a bang, as 252 high school students across the world participated in the challenge.

The Global CyberLympics High School competition is off to a great start, as 252 students participated in Round 1 the Forensics competition. The Forensics competition consisted as a series of challenges that revolved around a banking game theme. During the competition high school students, were designated as independent security contractors hired to solve the crime of who defaced a large bank’s website. The students were given a series of encrypted files in which they had to unlock, in order to gain clues as to which group of hackers attacked the bank.

 

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